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Boomkat Product Review:
Follow-up to Vegyn’s widely acclaimed debut album (‘Only Diamonds Cut Diamonds’), supplying a warm, fuzzy hug of low-slung grooves and off-kilter jazz/electronica by the Frank Ocean and Haim collaborator
Now based in LA, Vegyn turns inspiration from tarot cards, depressive existentialism, and his circle of pals, into a positive experience on ‘Like A Godo Old Friend.’ After taking time out since his resoundingly well received debut LP, and following a chance encounter with a mate’s old piano, Vegyn finds his groove again in six nuggets that effectively split the difference between BoC, Mica and Arca, drawing on a naturally learnt (gwed check his dad’s discography!), but wonky pop sensibility and talents as a graphic designer, to articulate a gentle, playfully animated sort of daydreamy wooze that owes as much to deep house and beatdown as indie-pop and R&B. We’re most feeling the likes of his hazy blooz in ‘So Much Time - So Little Time’ and the fructose-boosted house at the EP’s fondant core, but the air-stepping, pill-belly energy of closer ‘Sometimes I feel Like I’m Ruining Songs’ makes for a close runner-up.